September 21 2014 Latest news:
The magnificent schooner sailed out of Bideford once more - but she could be back one day.
Nursery staff undertake the chilly challenge and invite the head of Ofsted to do the same.
Met Office warns remnants of Hurricane Bertha have a 60 per cent chance of hitting the South West.
Pupils and staff from Our Lady’s School take to the streets to celebrate the land of samba.
Hundreds of women take part in emotional Barnstaple cancer fun run.
Coastguard crews and Sea King helicopter scrambled to late night call to rescue 40-year-old man.
Processions take to the streets over the weekend to celebrate the village’s rather unique spring bank holiday tradition...
VIDEO: ‘You need a bigger boat’ as 450lb porbeagle caught by angling writer and photographer Graeme Pullen after an epic tussle.
Bideford AFC Youth coach’s contribution recognised with ‘community coach of the year’ and ‘outstanding contribution to sport’ awards
Off-licences support voluntary ban on strong larger, beer and cider.
Andrew Cotton will be attending the ‘Oscars of Surfing’ after catching a potentially world-record breaking wave in Nazaré this year.
Torridge agrees to pledge £85,000 for repairs after storm damage, subject to further funding applications.
Photos and video: Watch the dramatic rescue which took place in Barnstaple today (Monday).
A chance for film lovers to see the projection equipment working before it is replaced with its digital counterpart.
Many murmurations among Bratton Fleming attraction staff after peculiar photograph comes to light.
Thousands of whirling visitors descend on the attraction each evening in stunning displays of flight.
Bideford film maker hopes film will be successful on film festival circuit this year.
Angry locals come out to support calls to stop the Borough Arms being demolished as residents ‘squat’ in pub
PHOTOS and VIDEO: Firefighters currently working to bring large fire next to the Old Barn Inn under control
PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Police close bridge as severe gales hit North Devon.
The concrete hut was taken down after huge waves smashed the sea-ward facing wall this weekend.
Flood alerts and weather warnings issued for the next five days across North Devon with gale force winds and lashing rain.
The wave could be a potential world record breaker, and is being entered into the Billabong XXL Ride of the Year.
Historic hamlet battered by waves as residents appeal for authorities to take immediate action to repair damage.
Another high tide has hit the region tonight causing road closures and power cuts.
Officers are looking to speak to a man in connection with the knifepoint robbery on Friday, January 17.
More high winds and huge waves hit the region causing damage to coastal towns and villages.
Roads closed and areas completely flooded as huge waves and high tides hit the region alongside gale force winds.
Marine Parade in Instow also closed at storm surge hits North Devon at high tide.
Major flooding averted by a whisker at Allenstyle as drain overflows.
South West Coastguards were involved in making the safety video after attending 430 incidents over the festive period last year.
All the action from the Santa Fun Run for the Children’s Hospice South West in Bideford today (Sun).
Giant North Devon offshore wind farm shelved due to ‘technical challenges’.
UPDATED: Watch the moment Barnstaple woman Fiona Laing handed Sir Nick Harvey, MP for North Devon, £7.20 to ‘cover his expenses’.
Youngsters pay their respects at special children’s remembrance service in Rock Park.
Duo raided garage in Braunton armed with a knife and meat cleaver - before hero grandmother chased them away.
Pop star Olly Murs was spotted filming on Saunton in North Devon last month.
High winds bring huge waves crashing over the harbour wall - send us your photos and videos.
Board riders’ delight as conditions are right for an exhilarating surf session at Lynmouth seafront. Plus Ilfracombe Pier in the storm video.
Flooding seminar at Filleigh follows extensive flooding in North Devon in December last year.
Shebbear students embrace ‘Roman day’
Croyde plumber Andrew Cotton is waiting to hear if he has officially surfed the largest wave in the world.
Dozens entered the water despite rain and choppy conditions yesterday (Sun) for the North Devon Hospice.
Braunton youngster records heartfelt video message to US surgeon.
Machines move in to level the ground before concrete pilings and a steel building frame go up in the coming weeks.
‘No to Tesco’ was still the firm message from hundreds of Westward Ho residents and business owners as they met with representatives from the store.